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Int J Inf Secur ; 22(3): 737-748, 2023.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-2245870


Society has become increasingly dependent on IT infrastructure and services. Additionally, the pandemic of COVID-19 forced the transition of the traditional way of working (i.e., physical presence) into a more modern and flexible one (i.e., working remotely). This has led to an increase of cyberattacks, as a direct consequence of the increase of the attack surface but subsequently also led to an increased necessity for the protection of information systems. Toward the protection of information systems, cyber insurance is considered as a strategy for risk management, where necessary. Cyber insurance is emerging as an important tool to protect organizations against cyberattack-related losses. In this work, we extensively examine the relevant literature on cybersecurity insurance, research and practice, in order to draft the current landscape and present the trends.

2022 IEEE World Conference on Applied Intelligence and Computing, AIC 2022 ; : 462-466, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2051929


To meet the demands for highest level security of today's world, a sophisticated security management system is essential. An access control system generally categorized into biometric and non-biometric types based upon contact or contactless in operation. This research work aims to survey the preferences of people, for understanding the role and need of access control systems during the difficult pandemic situation through an online survey. This survey finds that various access control solutions fail to provide the required security during this worldwide pandemic due to their contact-based operations. Henceforth, a feasible integrated electronic access control system requires to be adopted to fulfill the expectations of users amid global pandemic. © 2022 IEEE.

2nd IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience, CSR 2022 ; : 382-387, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-2029225


Since the provision of digital services in our days (e.g. container management, transport of COVID vaccinations or LNG) in most economic sectors (e.g. maritime, health, energy) involve national, EU and non-EU stakeholders compose complex Supply Chain Services (SCS). The security of the SCS is most important and it emphasized in the NIS 2 directive [3] and it is a shared responsibility of all stakeholders involved that will need to be compliant with a scheme. In this paper we present an overview of the proposed Cybersecurity Certification Scheme for Supply Chain Services (EUSCS) as proposed by the European Commission (EC) project CYRENE [1]. The EUSCS scheme covers all the three assurance levels defined in the Cybersecurity Act (CSA) [2] taking into consideration the criticality of SCS according to the NIS 2 directive [3], the ENISA Threat Landscape for Supply Chain Attacks [4] and the CYRENE extended online Information Security Management System (ISMS) that allows all SCS stakeholders to provide and access all information needed for certification purposes making the transition from current national schemes in the EU easier. © 2022 IEEE.